New Critical Flash exploit - Disable Flash player
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| January 2019 | www.DGLogik.com|
With heavy focus on internet security and the related news of high-profile breaches such as the ones at Hacking Team, Anthem, Home Depot and many more, browser plugins (amongst other OS vulnerabilities) are considered to be the highest security threat in today’s online world. As such, Adobe’s Flash player continues to be plagued by serious exploits providing hackers the ability to gain access to sensitive information and/or be able to take over systems altogether. The most recent exploit found and released into the wild was recently patched.
UPDATE!!! - Adobe has now released a patch to flash player which eliminates this vulnerability.
We, at DGLogik, remain committed to supporting DGLux2, and you can continue utilizing it without concern as Adobe has now patched this issue.
Please ensure that you have the most up to date Flash player which includes the patch for this vulnerability. More information on the patch can be found here: https://helpx.adobe.com/security/products/flash-player/apsb15-16.html
Looking towards the future, Flash and browser plugins in general are becoming unpopular with web browser developers and support for these plugins may be deprecated in future browser versions. We suggest that you begin planning a transition to a full HTML5 based solution and we are here to help. Thus, starting today (July 8, 2015), we are offering the following:
Contact us to take advantage of these offers.
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